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>> have it in writing. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com we are exactly one week away from election day. and the battleground states are getting the candidates' full attention. republican trump spoke in the battleground state of pennsylvania earlier today and now he's headed to the midwest. in just a few hours, he will be making a stop in eau claire. and in wisconsin right now-- democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine . this is a live look at a rally in madison.... the event is scheduled to start at 5:15. it's his second stop of the day in the badger state. earlier today, it was the fox cities who got kaine's attention. the nominee spent the afternoon
that's where fox'6s myra sanchick is live. tim kaine told a crowd of supporters not to take hillary clinton's lead in some of the polls for granted. to vote. vote early. and push for a large margin of victory. tim kaine told the audience that the bigger the win, the less opponent donald trump can claim that the in one on one interviews, the democratic vice presidential nominee expressed concerns about a renewed f-b-i probe into hillary clinton's email server and questions the timing of it so close to the election. mr. kaine says hillary clinton's efforts to be the first woman president in the united states have not been easy. "the next president of the united states....every time he
of course mr. kaine is speaking in madison shortly. on thursday he will be in arizona to try to sway that traditionally republican state with a rally that he will conduct all in spanish. he is bilingual and it will be the the u-s has done this. live in appleton myra sanchick fox6 news steph thanks myra. republican presidential nominee donald trump returns to wisconsin.... looking to pick up votes in his strongest part of the state, western wisconsin. political reporter theo keith is on the u-w eau claire campus where supporters and protesters are
clock at 46th and burleigh. officials say a 42-year-old woman was driving down burleigh when she veered into the opposite lane and hit another vehicle head-on. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the driver of the vehicle that was struck-- a 59-year-old woman-- was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. its the first step in a possible lawsuit against the city of wauwatosa after a police officer shot and killed a man sitting in a car. the family of jay anderson has filed notice it may take legal action against the city. in the ?notificatin has viewed body camera video of the shooting... and claims the victim had his hands in the air when he was shot. it also questions how the police department handled the scene after the shooting: "there was an allegation there was a gun in the vehicle somewhere on the passenger side maybe the passenger seat unfortunately the wauwatosa police department after the shooting removed the handgun that they alleged was in the vehicle" body camera video recorded about 20- seconds of that fatal
would not release the video until the district attorney decides whether the officer should face any criminal charges. bond will remain at 1-point-2 million dollars for the man accused of killing his wife with antifreeze back in 2002. today-- a kenosha county judge denied mark jensen's request to reduce his bond to 300-thousand dollars. jensen was convicted back in 2008 for the murder of his wife and sentenced to life in prison. however-- earlier this year the conviction was overturned... and jensen has been seeking bail while wait that is set to begin early next year. milwaukee has rolled out violence prevention initiatives before...but city leaders say this time, it's different. how so? they say it's because of who will be driving the plan. fox 6's ted perry is in the newsroom to explain. mayor tom barrett and officials from the milwaukee health department say this will not be a top-down approach. they want to hear from you! there aren't a whole lot of specifics right now. this morning, officials joined
world for their first meeting. the goal over the next few months is to bring community organizations into closer contact with the city, including the police department. in theory, with everyone at the same table, the result be a list of actions needed with everyone in the loop. even the best musicians in the world sometimes do a cd together and i think thats where we are. we need to get people to believe we have to work together. whats new this time is this is a community effort and i think thats really a significant difference. the health department says city officials will continue meeting with activists and faith leaders over the next several months. the plan is to develop a list of priorities the city can start addressing come springtime. the obvious question now--are there too many cooks in the kitchen? we'll find out in a few months when they reveal their recipe for a safer milwaukee. in the newsroom, ted perry fox six news brad thanks ted. we were reaching up close to a
expert tom wachs is in the weather office. a cold front will bring showers, possibly some thunder, tonight and throughout the day tomorrow. cooler but still above average with highs reaching into the upper 50s. clouds decrease thursday and plenty weekend. temperatures will warm back into the low 60s. tonight: showers likely. low: 52 wind: n 3-5 mph wednesday:scattered showers, possibly some thunder. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny. am low:
christmas tree will make its way to city hall. east wells between water and broadway will be closed to most traffic from seven until noon. more traffic around city hall will be affected as well. but people who park in the b-mo harris parking deck will be able to get there via wells. traffic should be back to normal by noon. coming up on fox 6 news at four... a ziplining experience unlike any other. we'll take a look at hits and misses of lake geneva's great pumpkin drop. plus-- she thought she won millions of dollars but it was actually a slot machine malfunction. the disappointing consolation prize
million dollar lottery... or a free steak dinner? i think we can all guess what the answer is. but in new york... a woman went from winning an enormous jackpot... to just that meal. the woman - katrina bookman - took a selfie when a slot machine's monitor flashed that she just won 43-million dollars. the next day... casino there was a machine malfunction! "i said what'd i win? he said you didn't win nothing. they offered me a steak dinner. a steak dinner? yeah." "they win and now the house doesn't want to pay out. to me that's unfair." bookman's attorney now says she should be awarded the machine's "max payout"... which is 65-hundred dollars. but state
the only win she is entitled to is "two dollars and 25 cents." an n-b-a champion who started his career here in milwaukee is retiri ray allen announced his retirement today. allen holds the record for most three point shots made in league history. he won n-b-a championships with the boston celtics and miami heat. allen last played with the heat in 2014. he was drafted by minnesota, but was immediately traded to milwaukee. he spent seven seasons playing for the bucks, before being traded to seattle during the 2002-2003 season. lots of people taking to twitter
the milwaukee bucks tweeted out, "ray allen, one of the bucks all-time greatest players, has officially announced his retirement" with the hastag, thank you ray. county executive chris abele says, "ray allen will go down as one of the greatest shooters in n-b-a history. thank you ray for what you brought to milwaukee and to the game. jim paschke, the bucks play-by-play announcer on fox sports wisconsin says, "congrats to ray allen. 10-time all star, two-time champion, all-time leader in three point field goals mae. pick. one of the teams allen won a championship with, the boston celtics tweeted congratulations to ray allen on a championship career, and hastag banner 17. allen was on the celtics team that won the 17th championship for the franchise. and actress rosario dawson, who was in the spike lee film "he got game" with allen tweeted, "the journey is the destination" indeed ray allen, keep
when the scientists at nasa decided to have a pumpkin carving competition. no your everyday jack-o-lanterns here. the engineers turned their gourds into inspired riffs on everything from star wars to pac man. and a few designs went even further out of this world, incorporating motors, space ships, and electronics into them. and here's the kicker. each competitor only had an hour to build their particular contraptions. now that halloween has come and gone, your neighborhood might be littered with busted jack-o-lanterns. but for a group in walworth county, smashing pumpkins is the goal. fox 6 photojournalist andy konkle and ben handelman explain. we have sets of gear so head on
the trees. fall of course is an attractive time for folks to come out. heading into the forest--- for an autumn adventure. melissa rodeffer row-deh-fer swallowing her nerves--- ill be alright. got the professionals out here. taking a leap of faith--- to leaf peep. we were voted the best way to see wisconsins fall colors. lake geneva canopy tours zig zag guests through about 100 acres of forest. year long-- for one weekend each year--- i think it will be hard. success is judged not on how well you stay up-- just praying and throwing and screaming. hahaha but how well--- you fall. we take them up there, get them all clipped in, then two at a time. theyll race down and try to get it on our big bullseye. she bet me 100 bucks. hahaha. welcome--- and then whoever gets there
kind of regretting it right now. you got to drop it early. you dont want to wait too long. youll overshoot the target. of the more than 400 who try-- few succeed. i would guess ten percent. would-be jack-o-lanterns torpedoed into a growing gourd graveyard. frankly we leave them and the deer clean em up. if you're looking for advice-- you're on your own. im going to chuck it. chuck it real hard. once on the zip line-- it's time to focus. speeds can reach over 30 miles per hour. you get only one shot--- as you close in for the pumpkin drop--- of your life. if you hit it you are really good and you get a prize! for
frisbee. for the many who miss--- their dreams of hitting the bulls eye may be squashed--- but the seeds have been planted. just four more seasons until their next shot. this is the greatest time ive ever had. in lake genevea with photojournalist andy konkle, ben handelman fox 6 news. so many pumpkins are smashed during the fall festival--- a pumpkin patch has started to gro until next year to try it out? lake geneva canopy tours has an egg drop--- around easter time. ad lib about pkg coming up on fox 6 news at four-- a story of love, war and a great american hero. we'll take a look at the upcoming film: "hacksaw ridge." here's a live look outside. ad lib what you see weather expert
i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i
prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone. an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, then went to washington and voted to protect corporate tax loopholes for companies shipping wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage.
weekend. temperatures will warm back into the low 60s. tonight: showers likely. low: 52 wind: n 3-5 mph wednesday:scattered showers, possibly some thunder. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny. am low: 46 high: 56 wind: nw 5-10 mph "i always dreamed about being a doctor, but uh didn't get much school. i can't stay h go fight for me. did you figure this war was just going to fit in with your ideas? while everybody else is going to be taking life i'm going to be saving it.
i feel like mel did with you in this. yeah he's amazing mel. he's a big romantic. he's a softie. he would be the one in those scenes who would be like, think about the way she would feel when he tells her how beautiful she is. and he really understood women which is so refreshing. and i think betwee good dynamic. and we all worked together to collaborate. and it felt authentic it felt like i was back in the 1940's falling in love for the first time." war movies deal with a lot of heavy emotions and of course violence -- so
the light amidst the darkness. "we need that balance from the brutality of war, we need that backstory the stakes what he was thinking missing his girl and the bible. yeah you need to connect to them on an emotional level before they go into this brutal war. it's really confronting to watch some of those battle sequences and to know who he is and what he has left behind. i think it's integral to the film the same thing he had this beautiful love but he knew he wanted to serve his brothers and be this selfless hero. he never thought of himself and a hero he was so modest, he just did what he thought he should do."0
4... a delivery driver in michigan robbed twice in a month. how his stroke of bad luck could have added insult to injury. russ feingold voiceover: as i travel to all 72 counties - knocking on doors, talking to folks - what i hear the
most is how hard it is to get ahead. one big reason -- we have a political system let's protect social security, make college affordable for families and fix a tax system that rewards companies for exporting our jobs. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we need an economy
an economy rigged for the wealthy.
and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, then went to washington s for companies shipping wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible
a former uw-milwaukee employee
is accused of committing a child sex crime on campus. jack hay junior has been charged with three counts of possession of child pornography. fox6s madeline anderson found he has since been fired from his job with the school. she joins us in the a u-w-m spokesperson tells me hay was a book keeper for the transportation services office. and, it was one of his coworkers who alerted authorities of the alleged illegal activity. in mid-august uw-milwaukee police received an anonymous tip that jack hay junior was allegedly looking at child pornography multiples times a week on the job. investigators searched hay's
reidle way. documents indicate they found 16 images of child pornography in a shared folder other employees could access. the female victims ranged from 8 to 14 years old. according to the criminal complaint... hay admitted to officers he 'clicked on the pictures and deliberately saved them individually as he viewed pornography while at work' and would 'sometimes print the photos at work.' uwm police also executed a search warrant of hay's apartment here on whitnall avenue in milwaukee on august 26th. according to this 28-page document... investiga and multiple pieces of kids' costume jewelry. its terrifying hay's neighbor beata fromme says she was home when the 58-year-old was arrested. they brought a bunch of evidence out. it was awhile. it was a big procedure. hay has since pled not guilty to the child porn charges and was released on bond in september. but fromme... and others didn't learn what was going on until
somebody else didnt notify the people that have kids around here. i have a seven-year-old and i would have liked to have someone at least say, hey theres a man next door whos being charged with child pornography. a search of court records shows this is the first time hay has been charged with a crime in wisconsin. his trial is scheduled for december 14th. the city of milwaukee's continuing effort to establish new could be the reason for a liquor license being withdrawn. that's according to one alderman. tony zielinski is also the chair of the common council's licensing committee. this comes after the liquor license for the proposed "cosmopolitan" strip club was withdrawn, just days after requesting it. zielinski says it could take months for the effort to be completed. a tragic scene out of baltimore this morning-- six people are dead and at least ten others are injured after two buses collide.
school bus wedged into the side of a maryland commuter bus. a ford mustang was also hit in the collision. police say no children were on the school bus at the time but the driver was killed and an adult aide was injured. officials also say another five people were killed on the commuter bus. "it went into oncoming traffic and hit an mta bus on its driver's side and basically ripped the entire drivers side off of the vehicle, it literally looks like its catastrophic damage." according to early reports-- the school bus driver may have suffered a medical emergency but authorities are still working to confirm what caused the crash. an unlucky domino's delivery driver is robbed not once.... but twice in the same month! the driver was most recently robbed at gunpoint on saturday night. company policy requires drivers to return money to the store after each delivery if they have more than
but he caught a break when he wasn't asked to pay the money back as per the company's policy. grand rapids police say this isn't the first time delivery drivers have been targeted. "as of right now our investigators are looking at what we have, all of the evidence and photographs and everything, all that we can to determine who this is, but i do expect that our investigators will probably reach out to wyoming to see if we can collaborate on this case." dominos corporate says drivers are required to do security calls customers. and if drivers fear for their safety... they're urged to skip the delivery. a man is behind bars after allegedly trying to pawn some live grenades in memphis. he was arrested at the pawn shop. investigators found he had live military grade flash bangs. what's still unclear is how he got the explosives. the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms is also investigating. ted perry joins us now from the news room with some stories coming up on fox six news at five. charges against a former kenosha
he's accused of sexually assaulting patients at an assisted living facility, owned by his wife. at five, what the nurses who blew the whistle also allegedly said about her. also at five, have you noticed any of your facebook friends checking in at protests against a pipeline in north dakota. coming up, see if those efforts are paying off. we'll have those stories and more when mary stoker smith joins me on fox six news at five. a pair of orphaned owls will soon make their return to the wild. the two owls were brought to a bird of prey rescue group in antigo earlier this year. when owls are brought to the group, they are put under the watch of a male foster owl that teaches them to interact with other owls so they can survive in the wild. adlib about rescued owls
promises? contact 6 looks into the farm with a lengthy history of leaving customers in the lurch. a las vegas judge dresses up on halloween every year. the wishes she grants as a fairy godmother-- up ahead. here's a live look outside right now. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is in next with
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many would call it ... a farm to fork failure. a business that offered high quality meat straight from the farm ended up leavig customers in the
lurch. contact 6's jenna sachs reports ... customers now want the owner held accountable. it sounded really, really neat. jamie blosmore never thought she'd be pouring over documents in her kitchen with contact 6. i watch fox 6 and i see the contact 6 reports im like are you kidding me? this happened to me? a facebook ad led her to this website for alexander king farms in geneseo, illinois. the pictures were vibrant ... the reviews positively glowing. the
options you could choose were really appealing. here's how the business worked. blosmore had the option of reserving a hog or half hog living on a farm ...and she'd be contacted when the hog went to locker for processing. we paid $310 in full for the hog. months later ... she hadn't heard anything. when her husband called ... he was told the hog was heading to locker ... and it was time to pay the processing fee. $260 dollars. they paid that too ... then never heard from alexander king farms again. and they're not alone. i paid and then nothing after that. these victims need some serious help. in the last year the better business bureau has received more than 300 complaints against the "f" rated alexander king farms ... from people in 16 states . i got lied to, i got took. at least seventy of those complaints ... are from people in wisconsin. i can tell you customers spent
paying a lot more. contact 6 found the storefront in geneseo empty. the henry county, illinois sheriff's department has 162 complaints against the owner ... beth alexander. and claims of money owed reaching 83,850 dollars. tammy milem let alexander sublet space for her pigs ... on milem's farm. back when this started they were just dropping dead left and right. she flat out refused to take care of her p alexander ... were sick from the get-go. she hurt our business so bad we had to just clean house and we had to start all over. so milem sued alexander ... but may not see any of the money she's owed. alexander may file for bankruptcy. we can't discuss the particulars of this matter. we caught up with alexander outside the henry county courthouse ... but her lawyer did most of the
there's no intent and no deceptive practices. it's a business that failed. in an email .. her attorney says the "company grew too fast in response to tremendous interest via social media." he points to "poor organization" and says "bethany is in no position to refund personally." a facebook page run by milem called "people against alexander king farms" ... claims more than 800 disgruntled former customers ... contact 6 couldn't verify those numbers. when asked ... alexander's wouldn't talk about the amount of money owed. i'm so sorry that it didn't turn out different than it did. we asked alexander ... if she has anything to say to the hundreds of people ... who claim she owes them money ... or meat. i hope we can just make it right. but her former customers are skeptical. they say she's never reached out to them to explain the situation ... or to apologize. a lot of people want her to answer. want her to be
done. alexander has not been criminally charged ... but the illinois attorney general's office has an active investigation underway ... so does henry county ... where a detective told me alexander refuses to speak with him. and it's not just customers who are upset ... i spoke with two meat lockers who say she owes them 50-thousand dollars. detective told me alexander refuses to speak with him. and it's not just customers who are upset ... i spoke with two meat lockers who say she owes them 50-thousand dollars. adlib to weather a cold front will bring showers, possibly some thunder, tonight and throughout the day tomorrow. cooler but still above average
50s. clouds decrease thursday and plenty of sunshine is ahead for the weekend. temperatures will warm back into the low 60s. tonight: showers likely. low: 52 wind: n 3-5 mph wednesday:scattered showers, possibly some thunder. mph thursday: partly sunny. am low: 46 high: 56 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 62 wind: wsw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 60 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday:
high: 62 wind: sw 5-10 mph a cold front will bring showers, possibly some thunder, tonight and throughout the day tomorrow. cooler but still above average with highs reaching into the upper 50s. clouds decrease thursday and plenty of sunshine is ahead for the weekend. temperatures will warm low 60s. tonight: showers likely. low: 52 wind: n 3-5 mph wednesday:scattered showers, possibly some thunder. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny. am low: 46 high: 56
uncovered. and this one targets men. our mary stoker smith joins us now with more. mary? researchers now say the zika virus may affect the male reproductive system. in a study done on mice, scientists found the zika virus attacked cells crucial for sperm and sex hormone generation in males. this could mean it can affect fertility in men. more research needs to be done to determine if the same signs in mice show up in humans. especially since animal studies don't always reflect what happens in humans. in the nic-u at aurora sheboygan memorial medical center. this is a picture of little ray dressed up like superman. this is baby jaxon dressed up as captain america, complete with shield. the hospital tells us two nurses made costumes for newborns. staying up late to snap selfies or play online games is keeping
show a strong connection between media device use at bedtime and poor sleep. the light from these devices may delay the release of melatonin-- the hormone that contributes to tiredness-- making it harder for kids to fall asleep. the national sleep foundation recommends at least 30 minutes of what they call "gadget-free transition time" before bedtime. back to you. her tiitle is judge cynthia giuliani. ... but people know her once a year as the fairy godmother. and she dressed up on halloween for a good reason. judge giuliani granted wishes to parents and children-- placing children with adoptive parents. this mother adopted six siblings on monday. she says today has great meaning for her since she's been their foster parent for years. this is the fifth year judge giuliani has held this special halloween adoption ceremony.
rome after a two-day trip to sweden. the pope's visit was a gesture of reconciliation with lutherans who split from the roman catholic church 500 years ago. while in sweden-- he visited malmo-- a gateway city for thousands of people fleeing conflicts in the middle east. pope francis praised those that take in refugees. shortly before he left today-- he celebrated mass for sweden's small catholic community. the new british pound coin-- which starts circulating in march-- is giving some u-k businesses a headache. that's because it won't fit in most existing vend to its shape and weight. the vending machines will have to be updated but that won't come cheap the automatic vending association estimates it will cost millions to make sure the half-a-million vending machines across the u-k will accept the new coin. with halloween now behind us-- focus now shifts to the winter holidays.. coming up on fox-six-news at 4--
ors, talking to folks - what i hear
the most is how hard it is to get ahead. one big reason -- we have a political system working overtime -- for ceos. let's protect social security, make college affordable for families and fix a tax system that rewards companies for exporting our jobs. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we need an economy
5. the first of november -- we're rolling right out of halloween and on to the winter holidays. and fox 6's carl
deffenbaugh shows you how fox6 is partnering with feeding america eastern wisconsin ... to make sure families have what they need to celebrate. most of us celebrate the season with our families. but for a lot of people in the area, life is far more difficult. 'well if we just think about milwaukee, 1-in-4 children in milwaukee go to bed hungry at night.' thats where feeding america of eastern wisconsin steps in. on tuesday, the organization kicked off its seventh annual food for the holidays campaign. through food drives, collections and monetary donations, it hopes to meet a lofty goal. 'our goal for the food for the
food. we say with one dollar you can purchase at least three meals.' feeding americas milwaukee food bank is the hub of this endeavor. 'feeding america always gives us a lot of really nice fruit and vegetables that last several days.' a clearinghouse that moves all those donations to pantries, churches and organizations throughout the state. 'its really playing a vital role in the lives of the community, and the people in the community, in racine.' 'with our partnership with feeding america, and our partners throughout the community, we are able to each year with food.' food for the holidays runs through the end of the year, hoping to help families in eastern wisconsin have a true celebration. 'we want to provide that experience for everyone. we believe that food is a right, not a privilege.' carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news.
families -- or if you'd like to donate -- just click the "links" section on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. fox 6 news at five starts right now. now at five... with just one week until election day -- presidential candidates focus on good to be back in wisconsin." tim kaine making two stops here -- while donald trump prepares to take the stage in eau claire... plus... "i felt like what i seen he did not deserve to get killed." the family of a man shot and killed by wauwatosa police -- make a legal maneuver. that is our big story at five. family members of jay anderson -- who died in an officer-involved shooting-- put the city of wauwatosa on notice...
judgment.. and ?police training... lead to their loved one's death. fox 6s derica williams joins us live with ?this latest development. thats right these documents are the first step in a possible lawsuit against the city of wauwatosa. attorney jon safran has filed a notice of injury document advising of a potential claim to be brought in the future. between what he and the family saw on video and read in statements, they feel the officers a questionable. its really rough every day is a struggle for jay anderson juniors father. same for his fiancee and mother of his child star delarosa, i seen the video numerous times and i felt like what i seen he did not deserve to get killed anderson's loved ones have filed a notice of legal action against the city of wauwatosa. in the document, it says anderson was
and then woke up anderson in his car. the video does show is mr anderson had his hands in the air. looking at it appears theres at least 2 time that his hands are above his head that are above his head come down it looks as though he is passing out or falling asleep the second time that happened, the officer opened fire... dash cam video captured 20 seconds of the interaction... recording moments prior to, during and after the shooting. not capable of being a police officer he didnt do nothing right that night. his protocol was very wrong the notice claims the city and police department were also negligent in preserving the crime scene. there was an allegation there was a gun in the vehicle somewhere on the passenger side maybe the passenger seat unfortunately the wauwatosa police department after the shooting removed the handgun after the shooting they never